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Priscilla De la Vega

Priscilla De la Vega is a wealth and tax specialist of Perpetum Consulting. She specializes in advising to ultra-high net worth families from Latin America and the United States in issues related to wealth planning, succession, and family dynamics.  Priscilla enjoys getting to know the stories behind their family business, their family values, needs and vision and helping them get aligned on their vision for a shared future and guiding the development of the decision-making structures that support that vision and help the family legacy transcend to next generations.

 

Through her background as an attorney for more than ten years of experience, Priscilla assures her clients understand the decisions they’re making and the works to get her clients the best possible solutions that suits their interest and protect their estate, business and family legacy.

 

Before joining Perpetum Consulting, Priscilla was Manager of International Taxes at Ernst & Young LLP where she worked on estate and succession planning. She also worked as an attorney at Tron Abogados, S.C. where she provided tax advice to individuals and entities as well as to non-profit organizations. Prior to that, Priscilla practiced law with Von Wobeser and Sierra, S.C. where she specialized in international arbitration, corporate law and tax consulting. She initiated practicing law early at her career as intern in the law firm Creel, García-Cuellar and Müggenburg, S.C., where she got to work in different law areas such as corporate law, economic competition, tax law, intellectual property, and administrative litigation.

 

What differentiates Priscilla from other wealth advisors is that she comes from a background of working in law, tax, wealth planning and with multi family offices. She also has the experience working as an attorney directly with the families and their businesses; therefore, she can research solutions and clearly articulate those practices to clients.

 

Personal

 

Priscilla is a traveler enthusiastic. Loves getting to know new cultures and places. She is a foodie. Enjoys outdoor experiences. But what Priscilla treasures the most is spending time with her family.

EDUCATION

  • JD, Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico, D.F. 2009

  • “Harvard Manage Mentor,” Harvard Business School. October 2014 – March 2015

  • “International Fiscal Treaties and Residents Abroad” course taught by the International Fiscal Association, 2011

  • International Legal English Certificate (ILEC), Cambridge Institute, 2011

  • Introduction to Derivative Financial Operations Course, Bolsa Mexicana de Valores, 2010

CERTIFICATIONS

  • Official Authorized Translator by the Superior Court of Justice of Nuevo León since 2013 up to the date.

  • Certificate in Advanced English (CAE), Cambridge Institute, 2003

PUBLICATIONS/CONFERENCES

  • “Fiscal Panorama” Conference, Monterrey, February 2015

  • “Fiscal Reform” Conference, Monterrey, February 2014

  • Co-author, “Trusts,” IDC magazine, Legal and Tax Advisor, 2013

  • Collaborator, “Mexican Tax Yearbook” by Tron Abogados, S.C., 2011 and 2102

  • Collaborator, “The Taxation of Permanent Establishment” chapter, International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation (IBFD), 2012 and 2011